The sides of a 25 square meter square would be 5 meters long. 4 sides * 5 meters each = 20 meter perimeter.
Since a square has 4 sides, if each side is 7.5 cm long, then the perimeter is 4 x 7.5 cm = 30 cm.
16 ft! Just add all the sides!
The perimeter of a square is the sum of the lengths of its sides, while the area is the square of one of its sides. That is, if each side is S units long, then Perimeter = 4*S units and Area = S*S square units.
A square by definition has 4 sides. If each side is 10cm in length, then the perimeter - the distance all the way around - is 4 x 10 = 40cm
Each side will work out as 12/4 = 3 inches
Hint: the perimeter of a square is the sum of its four sides, so each side is one-quarter of the perimeter...
The perimeter is the sum of all four sides; in a square, all four sides have the same length. Therefore, you simply need to divide the perimeter by 4.